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Holocaust and Human Behavior Six-Week Unit Outline for Educators in Jewish Settings

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Holocaust and Human Behavior Six-Week Unit Outline for Educators in Jewish Settings

This outline guides you through a six-week unit on the history of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, designed to be taught in Jewish settings. It contains 29 lessons that draw on readings, videos, and other resources from Holocaust and Human Behavior.

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